DC Spoiler

  1. Yes, I'd take one.

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  2. No, I'm not interested

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  1. SRT_DSTR15

    SRT_DSTR15 Well-Known Member

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    Boo
     
  2. EvilScamp

    EvilScamp Well-Known Member

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    PM sent
     
  3. rumblefish360

    rumblefish360 So close, yet so far away FABO Gold Member

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    turbodart68 Well-Known Member

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    Pm sent. Ribbed (for her pleasure) and outside mounting holes (like the DC original).
     
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    MOPAR4Me FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    I am interested in one for a Ribbed deck lid. Made from ABS Plastic.
     
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    magnumdust Well-Known Member

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    I'm in depending on price. I have my ebay fiberglass one, but i'd prefer ABS plastic(smoothed, underside bolting)
     
  7. SRT_DSTR15

    SRT_DSTR15 Well-Known Member

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    Read earlier post.



    I am in also in case you didn't know :)
     
  8. 1972DusterPaul

    1972DusterPaul Well-Known Member

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    If it comes out decent looking and the price remains reasonable...then count me in!

    Paul
     
  9. Kegan B

    Kegan B '74 Scamp.

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    If anyone is wanting one PM me 80 are saying they want one and I have maybe 6 PM's with peoples orders! These will first be done in Fiberglass then maybe later on in ABS plastic.
     
  10. SRT_DSTR15

    SRT_DSTR15 Well-Known Member

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    But what does the schedule for completion of the first set look like? :D
     
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    Kegan B '74 Scamp.

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    at this rate of less than 10 to make, never.
     
  12. SRT_DSTR15

    SRT_DSTR15 Well-Known Member

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    Because they are not "PMing you" ?
     
  13. EvilScamp

    EvilScamp Well-Known Member

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    Why not make a couple so everyone can see your quality of work? Maybe that will bring in more orders to produce more.
     
  14. Kegan B

    Kegan B '74 Scamp.

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    No because I have no clue how many to make of each.
     
  15. tqfastfish

    tqfastfish "let the big fish eat"

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    I want a dc but with no holes.
     
  16. w2360Duster

    w2360Duster No Patience

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    I just sold a mint and i mean mint one today, what are these originals going for anyway?
     

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    duster007 Active Member

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    hell,ya,, I have a 1975 duster w/360 10:1 booming "Thangs and if this unit is priced right
    I'm in as well...
     
  18. Kegan B

    Kegan B '74 Scamp.

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    Joe for one, that was the one I was going to use a mold on to make these, so It'll be a bit cause I A have to repair mine or B find another or C not make them. Its all condition with these yours probablt 200-250. I know what my offer was and that was all I had to drop on one right now.
     
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    Just wondering, were any actually made? Because I feel everyone says there going to make em, and no one has.
    Thanks.
     
  20. SRT_DSTR15

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    Let's see if I can do something. I have one of each wings. With an without holes. The neighbor does surf boards, so he works with fiberglass a lot. I'm going to see what it would take to make a mold and then produce 10 of each to be sold. Maybe, but everyone has to understand that shipping will be a pain on this item because of the length. When I purchased one from LA, it was 78 dollars to ship..so... Yeah
     
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    So how did it go did anybody actually make one ????? I been looking for one of these for a long time now
     
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    I have a 79 Roadrunner.I purchased the flair kit from BHA43. I can tell you this:

    His products are supreme, great fitment and great quality and better than the originals. Better than all I just mentioned they are priced right! If BHA4 builds them you wont be disappointed.......satisfaction guaranteed!
     
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    It is really depressing how this topic always sinks. I found a p.o.s duster with an original and he won't part it out. If anybody can do this they would be a saint to the abody community!

    Posted via Topify on Android
     
  24. 72bluNblu

    72bluNblu FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    I bought one on eBay from showcarsrob. Fiberglass reproduction of the DC spoiler with the standard cut outs for mounting with screws just like the DC version. He doesn't have any listed right now, but it seems like he is making them. He does say to contact him if you want anything other than what he has listed.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1970-1976-Plymouth-Duster-Rear-Spoiler-/111458023881?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2047675.l2557&nma=true&si=7jAyiZ5sckZsGGuyFDAyC1W75FM%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

    Honestly, I like the fiberglass version better than the original DC version. The DC version seems pretty flimsy, the ABS is pretty thin and I can see how it would crack. Especially around the mounting screws if you overtightened them. The one from showcarsrob will need a little finishing since its just in gelcoat, but its a decent piece. I'm going to try using plastidip on mine, I think the matte finish will look better than if I paint it to match the car.

    There's another seller on eBay that sells a smooth version that mounts from underneath. He posts them on eBay somewhat frequently. Not every month, but at least every couple. Seems like the fiberglass versions usually end up around $200 after shipping, which is still less than what the original DC versions sell for if you can find one.
     
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